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District Superintendent

Mrs. Susan Kaphingst

530 W Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014
Tel #: (920) 849-8109

District News

November 10, 2012: Tiger-Tri

Oct162012

November 10, 2012: Tiger-Tri

 

The Tiger-Tri is a fun and challenging event for kids ages 5–18. Participants will swim, bike and run in this 3-event race, held at Chilton Elementary School. This event not only promotes fitness, but also improves your child's self confidence as they cross the finish line. The Tiger-Tri offers a unique opportunity for family members to encourage physical activity and establish a life-long healthy foundation for kids. 

See the attached brochure for more details.

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Challenge Course Liability Forms

Jul062012

Challenge Course Liability Forms

 

The following are the Consent, Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk, and Indemity Agreement for the District Challenge Course which includes the Ropes Course (both high and low elements) and the rock climbing walls.  These are located on the CES, CMS, and CHS Forms and More pages along with the CMS & CHS Athletic pages.

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COFFEE WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT

Jul112014

COFFEE WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

Thursday, October 11th -7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Seven Angels Restaurant, Chilton

Do you have a question, comment, or concern
that you would like to share with the Chilton
Public Schools Superintendent?
Dr. Claire Martin will be available at Seven
Angels on Thursday, October 11th. Come
and have a cup of coffee, talk with the
Superintendent, or just drop in to say hello.
No appointment necessary.

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Whooping Cough

May022012

Whooping Cough

 

Attention Parents:

Several elementary students and a Chilton Middle School student have been diagnosed with a laboratory confirmed case of pertussis (whooping cough). Pertussis is a contagious bacterial disease that affects the respiratory tract. It is spread by contact with respiratory droplets from an infected person. Pertussis usually begins with cold-like symptoms and a cough and progresses to spells of explosive coughing that can interrupt breathing and sleeping. The "coughing fits" may be followed by vomiting, exhaustion, and a "whooping" sound. Cough medicines usually do not help the cough. The cough may last for several weeks or longer.

It may be difficult to tell the difference between the common cold and other illnesses. If your child develops symptoms of pertussis, as described above, please contact your health care provider for more information and to request medical evaluation, if needed.

Even though a child may have been vaccinated for pertussis, he or she can still become infected with pertussis. Infected persons who have been vaccinated for pertussis will usually have a milder case of the disease. Pertussis infection can be very serious for infants and persons with immune system problems.

Please make sure that your children are current with their vaccinations. If vaccines are needed, contact your health care provider or Calumet County Public Health at 920-849-1432 or at 920-989-2700, ext. 432 to schedule an appointment.

Sincerely, Calumet County Public Health

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